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What woman can resist the virile charms of Orgyman?
Raise a glass to the underdogs.
AIG is really grateful for the help, but thinks it should have made more money.
People who are paid enormous sums of money to move other people's money around will make slightly less money this year
Not too big to step down.
A friend says, "You can definitely see that he’s a troubled man right now."
We're confident that after reading all these ruminations on proprietary trading and overly complex and biased risk assessment models, we can explain to you what happened, cutting through all the Wall Street mumbo jumbo.
JP Morgan had an inkling that the transfer was from client funds (and such a transfer would be illegal).
Jon Corzine really wants to you believe he has no idea how $1.2 billion in client funds went missing.
Jon Corzine is, in the words of one financial columnist, a "rogue trader."
Jon Corzine says, "I simply do not know where the money is, or why the accounts have not been reconciled to date."
Sure, finance workers get "typically get large severance packages, including the use of outplacement services," but that's barely enough to cover the Equinox membership until swimsuit season.
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